Aviation News, Headlines & Alerts
Day: <span>October 7, 2022</span>

Plane descended too low prior to crash

A rented plane carrying three Warren County residents descended too low while on its final approach to Jamestown’s airport when it struck the tops of trees and crashed a half-mile from the runway nearly two years ago. The National Transportation Safety Board this week issued its final report on the Nov. 1, 2020, crash of […]

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Head-on collision claims life of Putnam Co. man

Oct. 5—EATONTON, Ga. — A head-on collision between two cars left one man dead and another critically injured Tuesday morning in Putnam County, local authorities say. The collision is believed to have happened about 8 a.m. near the intersection of Harmony and Scott roads. The man who lost his life was identified as 26-year-old Jermaine Mathis of Eatonton, according to Putnam County Sheriff …

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Enola Gay: We Visited with the Plane That Dropped the Atomic Bomb

On October 1, 2022, the 19FortyFive.com team went to the National Air and Space Museum to take fresh footage and photos of some of the most amazing planes on Earth. We were lucky to get right up close to the SR-71, Bell X-1, X-35, and the NASA Discovery Space Shuttle. But no visit to this […]

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Construction company mourns loss of 2 leaders killed in Arundel plane crash

Oct. 7—The two men killed in a plane crash Wednesday in Arundel were top leaders of a major construction company in Freeport, the company has said. Eldon Morrison, 81, of Yarmouth, was piloting the company-owned plane that crashed north of Sam’s Road shortly before 2 p.m. Morrison was the founder and CEO of CPM Constructors. Morrison’s passenger, Paul Koziell, 55, of Scarborough, was CPM’s …

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Sagaponack Pilot Kent Feurring Perishes in Plane Crash in EH – Hamptons.com

Kent L. Feurring, age 57, of Sagaponack who also was president of the East Hampton Aviation Association was killed approximately at 12:30 pm, Thursday Oct 6th, when his small one engine plane, a Seamax M-22, came tumbling down into a corner of Three-Mile- Harbor.The Seamax M-22 is a Brazilian single-engine, amphibious light sport aircraft and Fédération Aéronautique Internationale microlight. Originally manufactured by AirMax Construções Aeronáuticas of Jacarepaguá and called the Airmax SeaMax, since 2015 it has been built by Seamax Aircraft of Sao Paulo.Eye witnesses observed separation of a wing that preceded the planes suddenly and violent dissent from the huge blue sky into the shallow waters just off (Jeff Briggs) East Hampton Marina 19 Boatyard Drive in East Hampton. The plane had just reportedly left East Hampton Town Airport at 12:19 only some eleven minutes earlier.

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